Barefoot in the Park

by Neil Simon

Directed by Rebecca Gomez

February 21 – March 8

Theatre Knoxville Downtown


Knoxville’s oldest, continuously-running non-academic theater.

Our SECOND ACT has begun … at 800 S. Central Street!


Next Up

Barefoot in the Park
Feb 21-Mar 8, 2020

Of Good Stock
Apr 3-19, 2020

Suite Surrender
May 15-31, 2020

2nd Act Campaign

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Help us grow into our NEW location at 800 S. Central Street.

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We’re in the heart of the downtown theater district

Only 2 blocks east of the historic Bijou Theater

Theatre Knoxville Downtown

Our patrons agree …

“TKD is a small place but all the plays I’ve seen there have been very entertaining. Good things come in small packages sometimes and this is one. … I’ve told my friends and would recommend to anyone.”

Patricia Purkey


“Saw the play God of Carnage last night. It was a fantastic side-splitting performance. It is a true reflection of life raising children and dealing with neighbors.”

Jim Wharton


“This is a great theatre. The last show I saw, Every Christmas Story Ever Told …, was amazing and extremely well acted. It is a small venue that makes the show seem more personal and like you are the focus of the actors’ attention.”

Nicholas Stroud


“My husband and I love this place for our date nights. We both have enjoyed so many of the plays, most recently On Golden Pond. Can’t wait for the new location!”
Cat Seagle Scussel


“Just saw Sordid Lives as my first TKD production – small, quaint theater with amazing talent!”
Andrew Kruer


“My boyfriend and I have been attending plays at TKD for over the last year and a half. We always look forward to being completely captivated by the experience whether we’re seeing a dramatic tear-evoking show or a comical gut-busting parody. It’s never just a date. It’s always a full experience that is inevitably followed by colorful conversation and analysis. While performances at larger theaters are enjoyable, there is a certain intimacy at TKD that is impossible to find elsewhere.”
Heather Dunlap